9th Bridlington Rainbows and Brownies Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have given funding to the 9th Bridlington Rainbows and Brownies for a trip out to the pantomime, Sleeping Beauty, at the Spotlight Theatre.  We were sent this photo of some of the girls who enjoyed the pantomime.

 

Sunshine Nursery Given Funding

 

 

The Lords Feoffees have donated funding to Sunshine Nursery for story sacks and sensory bags.  The new resources are now available for nursery children to borrow.  Each sack includes a children’s book along with toys, props and extra activities to help the whole family engage with the story.

Sunshine Nursery sent us these photos of The Princess and the Dragon story sack being enjoyed.  Photos published with kind permission from the child’s Mum.

 

Bridlington Medical, Health and Social Care Academy

The Lords Feoffees are proud to support the Bridlington Medical, Health and Social Care Academy.

East Riding College has been working with a consortium of Bridlington GP’s, Headlands School and the University of Hull to develop the Academy. The Academy is intended to provide post-16 students with relevant experience needed to progress into a career within the NHS and social care.

The Chief Lord, Mr Brian Rodgers, attended the Open Event at Eat Riding College on 15 March 2018, held to promote the Bridlington Medical Academy. The Chief Lord met some of the staff and students involved in the project and expressed how impressed he was with the set up and professionalism of those involved.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Academy, or wish to apply for a place within the next intake of students, contact Rachel Foot on 01482 390876 or email Rachel.foot@eastridingcollege.ac.uk